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...ecessarily indicate greater efficiency, since data distorted by differences in the needs and/or problems with quality (such as LEA guaranteed only on paper) can be hidden in the figures. In essence,spending less because we have a population with fewer needs, or because the quality of service is lower, is not a sign of efficiency.”(Spandonaro) (Bruttomesso).
Although the Italian national health system may have some negative issues, it also in many ways, works very well. For instance, after taking a look at the high life expectancy in Italy or the low infant mortality rate, it becomes evident that the system is mostly successful. It seems that while both systems have guarantees of health care coverage, the factor that matters the most is that every person on earth should have the right to the proper health care necessary to keep all individuals healthy.
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